help in identifying ducklings!!

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by waterford ducks, Jul 24, 2013.

  1. waterford ducks

    waterford ducks Hatching

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    Hi all got new ducklings two weeks ago and i don't know what breed of duck they are,if anyone could help i would greatly appreciate it.they are black in colour and are starting to get there feathers which are hints of different types of brown and small light hints of green.. They have very long necks and bodies..there feet are black and brown aswel
     
  2. Alicev26

    Alicev26 In the Brooder

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    Try upload some pictures? Are they quite upright when they stand up? I'm thinking indian runner but can't be sure without pictures ;)
     
  3. waterford ducks

    waterford ducks Hatching

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    will try and get few pictures up soon
     
  4. waterford ducks

    waterford ducks Hatching

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    will try and get few pictures up soon
     
  5. waterford ducks

    waterford ducks Hatching

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    not great pictures but they are still very nervous
     
  6. Miss Lydia

    Miss Lydia Loving this country life Premium Member 8 Years

    Aww how precious if long bodies and necks I'd say Runners.
     
  7. waterford ducks

    waterford ducks Hatching

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    Ya say i will have to wait till all the feathers have come
     
  8. Miss Lydia

    Miss Lydia Loving this country life Premium Member 8 Years

    Not quite sure what you mean by that?
     
  9. Going Quackers

    Going Quackers Crowing

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    There cute but hard to tell... maybe give it a few days, they'll hopefully settle down and more pics can be taken. Where did you get them? no ideas on what they were from that source.
     
  10. waterford ducks

    waterford ducks Hatching

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    Will have to wait and see till they have grown a bit more..nope no information from the source
     

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